This is a ·list [record; account; roll] of David’s ·warriors [T mighty men]: Jashobeam was from the Hacmonite people. He was the head of the ·Three [or Thirty; or officers; C David’s most elite soldiers; 11:26–47; 2 Sam. 23:8–39]. He used his spear to fight three hundred men at one time, and he killed them all.
This is a list of David’s warriors: Jashobeam was from the Hacmonite people. He was the leader of the Three, David’s most powerful soldiers. He used his spear to fight 300 men at one time. And he killed them all.
These are the chiefs of David’s Mighty Men, the ones who linked arms with him as he took up his kingship, with all Israel joining in, helping him become king in just the way God had spoken regarding Israel. The list of David’s Mighty Men: Jashobeam son of Hacmoni was chief of the Thirty. Singlehandedly he killed three hundred men, killed them all in one skirmish.
This is a list of David’s warriors: Jashobeam was from the Hacmonite people. He was the head of the Three, David’s most powerful soldiers. He used his spear to fight three hundred men at one time, and he killed them all.
Here is the record of David’s mightiest warriors: The first was Jashobeam the Hacmonite, who was leader of the Three—the mightiest warriors among David’s men. He once used his spear to kill 300 enemy warriors in a single battle.
So what follows is an accounting of David’s great warriors. Jashobeam (son of a Hachmonite) was the chief of 30, the highest-ranking officers in David’s army. He slaughtered 300 men in one battle with his spear.
And this is the number of the strong men of David; Jashobeam, the son of Hachmoni, was prince among (the) thirty; this raised up his shaft, either spear, upon three hundred, (and) wounded (these) men in one time. (And this is the list of the strong men of David; Jashobeam, the son of Hachmoni, was the leader of The Three; he raised up his spear against three hundred, and killed all these men at one time.)
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